ISGAP is finding innovative ways to pursue our research, publishing and programming activities with the help of technologies that will expand our digital footprint, and help ensure that collaborations with other organizations, academics, policy experts and political leaders will be strengthened. 
 
Our educational programs will proceed through a combination of video conferences, expert briefings, online partnerships and strategy workshops. With this in mind, we have reshaped the international seminar series to allow it to take place online and make it more accessible to a wider public. ISGAP scholars and policy experts will be on the cutting edge of assessing the current context and will creatively provide analysis and help to educate on these developments.
 
 
Below you will find upcoming and recent webinars that you can watch anytime!
 

June 8, 2020 “Is Corona-Inspired Antisemitism a New Phenomenon?”

Professor Dina PoratHead of the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry, Tel Aviv University; Chief Historian of Yad Vashem
Location: Zoom Webinar – Register Here
Time: 11:00 AM

June 3, 2020 “UNRWA War on the Jews: Holding UNRWA Donors Responsible”

Dr. Arnon GroissScholar of Middle Eastern Studies, former Israel Broadcasting Authority Journalist
David Bedein, Director, the Center for Near East Policy Research
Location: Zoom Webinar – Register Here
Time: 11:00 AM

June 1, 2020 “The 3Ds and the IHRA Definition: Tools to Combat Antisemitism”

Natan Sharansky, Chair of ISGAP
Location: Zoom Webinar – Register Here
Time: 11:00 AM

May 27, 2020 “Social Justice, Human Rights, Cosmopolitanism and their Enemies – Jewishness and the Jewish State”

Dr. Eli Vinokur, Gordon College of Education and the School of Tourism at the University of Haifa
Location: Zoom Webinar – Register Here
Time: 11:00 AM

May 25, 2020 “Jihadism in 1948″

Professor Benny Morris, Department of History and Middle Eastern Studies, Ben-Gurion University
Location: Zoom Webinar – Register Here
Time: 11:00 AM
(Video Link)

May 20, 2020 “Where do we go from here? Combating Racism and Antisemitism in the 21st Century”

Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford
Dr. Carlton Long, CEO, Lawrence-Long & Co. Educational Consulting
Dr. Sunni Ali, Northeastern Illinois University
Dr. Victoria Kamsler, Former Lecturer at Princeton University and Wellesley College
Professor Katya Gibel Mevorach, Anthropology and American Studies, Grinnell College
Dr. Kevin Rome, President, Fisk University
Location: Zoom Webinar
Time: 11:00 AM
(Video Link)

May 18, 2020 “Mid-East Strategy in the Time of the Virus: The Key Dynamics in mid-2020″

Dr. Jonathan Spyer, Executive Director, Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis; Research Associate, Jerusalem Center for Security and Strategy; Fellow, Middle East Forum
Location: Zoom Webinar
Time: 11:00 AM
(Video Link)

May 13, 2020 “All American Antisemitism through Replacement Feminism”

Professor Amy Elman, William Weber Chair of Social Science, Kalamazoo College
Location: Zoom Webinar
Time: 11:00 AM
(Video Link)

March 30, 2020 “ISGAP – Merton College High-Level Workshop for Government Civil Servants and Policy Experts on Understanding and Combating Antisemitism: Webinar on Strategies and Best Practices”

Location: Zoom Webinar
Time: 11:00 AM
(Video Link)

Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP
“Mapping Different Forms of Antisemitism(s) in Europe: Understanding the Gap Between Legislation, Policy and Implementation.”

Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP
“Contemporary Antisemitism on the Left and Right”

Michael Whine, Director of Government and International Affairs, Community Security Trust (CST)
“Applying European Legislation against Antisemitism”

Katharina von Schnurbein, European Commission Coordinator on Combating Antisemitism and Fostering Jewish Life
“Combating Antisemitism in the European Union”

Bob Rae, former Premier of Ontario, Canadian Special Envoy for Humanitarian and Refugee Issues
“Antisemitism: A Chronic Condition”

Tome Shekerdjiev, Deputy Head, Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department, OSCE ODIHR
“The Need for a Comprehensive Approach in Addressing Antisemitism through Education”

Ambassador Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata, former Foreign Minister of Italy (2011-2013)
“New Antisemitism in Italy, Efforts to Fight it: the Way Forward”

Dr. Dina Lisnyansky, Tel Aviv University, Department of Middle Eastern Studies
“Aspects of Muslim Antisemitism in Europe”

Special Envoy Elan Carr, U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism
“Education as a Key Component in the Fight Against Antisemitism”

Sacha Roytman-Dratwa, Director, Combat Anti-Semitism

Benjamin Weinthal, Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies